Thursday

Travel Poland – Kraków For First Time Visitors


Is Kraków worth visiting? Yes. The picture-perfect town on the Vistula River in the south of Poland is one of the oldest cities in the country. 20,000 years ago, the Slavic tribe of the Vistulans settled on the Wawel Hill. Legend has it that their prince Krak killed a dragon and laid the foundation of a city. Over time Krakow prospered and the town grew bigger.

Read on to find out what the story about the Kraków trumpet is all about, and where can you find a ceiling full of golden stars. I tell you where you can find Polish souvenirs galore and where can you eat chocolate ravioli to die for, drink speciality coffee at a hipster café, dine at a candle lit historical restaurant or eat Polish/Asian fusion at one of the trendiest restaurants. You will also find out what the famous Zapiekanka is and where you get it. You will visit Kraków’s most popular flew market and if you want to know how many bookshops Kraków has and how to best pay in Kraków and where and how can you visit the Enamel Factory of Oskar Schindler, please keep on reading.



Tuesday

Travel Germany – Random Wonderful Places and Spaces in Berlin


The Teufelsberg in Grunewald, the Tiergarten, the Oberbaumbruecke in Kreuzberg, the Molecule Man on the River Spree, Museum Island in Mitte, the Tempelhofer Feld, the Reichstag Dome, Charlottenburg Palace, the Brandenburg Gate, the Mauerpark… and the list of Berlin’s top tourist attractions and sightseeing sites goes on. Here comes a choice of random wonderful places and spaces in Berlin.  

I created a guide where we find out whether you are Unfuckwithable, and explain why it is great to love but to leave people wild. I tell you how many bridges you have to cross when in Berlin and where you find one of Berlin’s sexiest swimming pools. I show you unexpected pieces of art, architecture enthusiasts will love the guide too, especially when I tell you about that museum on a pepper mountain. I show you where you can visit a music venue where sunsets often come in violet-pink and a “club” where they danced already through the night 100 years ago. Visit a church that was once attacked by bombers and hear stories about good people, murdered without trial. Eat at a restaurant which is 55 metres up in the sky, and drink speciality coffee at one of Berlin’s most famous Cafés.



Thursday

Travel South Africa – Attractive Coastal Towns in the Western Cape

South Africa's coastal towns offer everything from relaxing sunbathing to exhilarating surfing adventures to gregarious cafes and quaint antique shops. Where can you visit a bookshop with a sea view? Which town is famous for Merino Sheep farming? Where can you look at a shipwreck? Where can you go on a 14-kilometre long beach walk? Which town is famous for its surf? Where can you buy local art? Where are the most instagrammable coastal towns in the Western Cape? You would love to see gannets, penguins and seals in the wild? Plan a long or short escape to the coast, with this choice of coastal towns in close proximity to Cape Town.